Nikon has officially launched the Z fc(B&H/Adorama/Amazon), a 21MP APS-C format mirrorless camera than recalls the styling of its classic FM and FE film SLRs, but uses the company’s current Z lens mount.
The Nikon Z fc will be available in classically styled black and silver starting late July 2021 (US) in a variety of kit configurations; the body-only will be available for a suggested retail price (SRP)* of $959.95, or paired with the silver NIKKOR Z DX 16-50mm f/3.5-6.3 VR lens for $1,099.95 SRP. The silver NIKKOR Z DX 16-50mm f/3.5-6.3 VR lens will be available separately starting in late July for $299.95 SRP.
The NIKKOR Z 28mm f/2.8 (SE) special edition lens will be available in a kit with the Z fc camera for $1,199.95 SRP starting in late July, and sold separately starting in fall 2021 for $299.95 SRP.
The Nikon Z5 (Amazon/B&H/Adorama) is Nikon’s latest entry-level full frame mirrorless camera released in 2020. Nikon Z5 has two SD card slots, both are support UHS-II SD memory cards. In order to max use of Nikon Z5, for example shooting 4K video, you’d better get a fast memory cards for Nikon Z5. Below are top recommended SD memory cards for Nikon Z5:
According to latest rumors, Nikon will soon announce a new retro-styled mirrorless camera like Nikon Df. This new camera could be named Nikon Zfc, it will be an APS-C Z mount mirrorless camera, the official announcement is expected on June 28th, and release date on July 31st.
The Nikon Z50 is Nikon’s first Z-mount APS-C mirrorless camera released in 2019. For video shooters, UHD 4K is supported along with Full HD recording, which can shoot at up to 120 fps for slow-motion playback. In order to max use of Nikon Z50, you’d better to get a fast memory card for Z50. Unlike Nikon Z6 & Z7, Nikon Z50 has one SD card slot, can support UHS-II SD memory cards, here are recommended memory cards for Nikon Z50.